Steven Green retired from the NYPD at the rank of Captain serving a total of 26.5 years. His final assignment was five years spent as the Commanding Officer, Detective Bureau/Special Victims Division/Zone One. He retired in August of 2020.
Steve is a highly trained and experienced official of the New York Police Department (NYPD). He has spent his career specializing in the law enforcement and legal procedural issues of sex crimes. He has served as a commanding officer in various positions, including the Detective Bureau Special Victims Division Zone One, Patrol Borough Manhattan North Instant Response Team, and Patrol Borough Manhattan North Specialty Units. As the Commanding Officer of the Detective Bureau Special Victims Division Zone One, he had responsibility and oversight for all child abuse and adult sex crime cases in the Manhattan and Bronx boroughs, which comprised several high-profile media cases involving celebrities, child homicides, stranger rapes/sexual assaults, and college sexual assaults. To get a sense of the volume of cases, Steven’s office handled 1500 sexual assault cases each year in Manhattan alone!
In addition to his specialized work on sex crimes, Steve Green has also served in other law enforcement roles. As a Module Lieutenant Narcotics Borough Manhattan North, he supervised the execution of search warrants, “buy & bust” operations, confidential informant operations, and investigations into complaints of drug sales. He also served as an Integrity Control Officer assigned to the Bronx Court Section, where he oversaw the integrity of all members assigned to the command. Before that, he was a Sergeant and Patrol Supervisor for police operations within the New York City Housing Authority Developments located south of 34th street in Manhattan borough.
Steve Green holds a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from Excelsior College in Albany, New York. He has shown himself to be a dedicated and committed law enforcement professional throughout his career.